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Mono Lake bookstore sale: Gems from the past

Saturday, January 10th, 2015 by Mono Lake Committee Staff

ML Explorations & Reflections2This post was written by Barbara Ball, 2015 Information Center & Bookstore Manager.

Here at the Mono Lake Committee, if we have something wonderful, we tend to hold onto it. We guard our beautiful lake against excessive water diversions, against pollution, against anything that could threaten its unique ecosystem. And sometimes if we have anything at all that is precious, we tend to keep it close.

However, hanging on to what we love can occasionally be detrimental for our bookstore storage and also for you who love the lake, who love the Mono Basin and California outdoors, but may not know what we have tucked away. In an effort at spring cleaning, we are going through our storage and pulling out a (more…)

Ninth annual Ghosts of the Sagebrush Tour this weekend

Wednesday, September 26th, 2012 by Bartshé, Eastern Sierra Policy Director

This weekend, the Mono Basin Historical Society presents their annual fundraiser, the Ghosts of the Sagebrush Tour, which focuses on the history of Lee Vining this year. To purchase tickets, visit the Mono Basin Historical Society online, stop by the Old Schoolhouse Museum in Hess Park, call (760) 647-6461, or email the museum curator.

The weekend’s itinerary includes: (more…)

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